Very draughty french doors

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  1. brassnuts

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    Hiya,

    I can't find a solution to this problem after googling for days.

    Basically the center post of my french doors, if that's even what it's called, has always had a piece missing at the top so there's a hole leading to outside and letting in a hell of a draught. I can't for the life of me find what I need to buy to replace this or get it fixed.

    Can anyone here help us not freeze to death this winter? I've hopefully included some pictures of the doors and then a close up of the hole. Optimized-IMG_20201019_151247 (1).jpg Optimized-IMG_20201019_151239 (1).jpg
     
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    It's missing what's called a mullion end cap/cover. These tend to be specific to the make/shape of profile. If you Google the term (look at image search also) you'll see what these are.
     
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    As above, I'd even go as far to say that looks like Halo profile so may give you a starting point
     
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